Backsplashes add visual interest to the rooms in which they’re installed.
In rooms where moisture is present, the walls can take a lot of abuse. Bathroom walls tend to get wet from sink overspray and accidental splashing, while kitchen walls often have food stains and moisture spots. Even a laundry room with a sink can end up with water stains and moisture damage on its walls. One way to protect the walls in any of these rooms is to add a backsplash. Backsplashes are panels placed on the walls to fill the gaps between the countertops and cabinets. Many backsplashes are made of tile, as this material is moisture-resistant and visually appealing. Although a backsplash does serve a functional purpose, that’s not the only reason to have one installed. Backsplashes add visual interest to the rooms in which they’re installed.
Although backsplash installation might seem like a straightforward project that you can tackle on your own, you may soon find that the process is a bit more complex. If you’re using tiles, they have to be cut to fit into the available space. Clean lines and effective cuts will ensure a great visual result. Certain types of tile work better for backsplashes than others, so using the wrong type of tile may also yield a poor result.
At McNamara’s Home Improvements, we specialize in backsplashes. Our technicians can install a backsplash in the kitchen, bathroom, and/or laundry room of your Winter Park, Florida home, adding a pop of visual interest and a layer of protection to your walls. If you’d like to request an estimate for a new backsplash, give us a call.